Dot and the Smugglers

Dot and the Smugglers

A circus owner attempts to capture a mysterious Bunyip, but Dot and her bushland friends try to foil his plans. Dot soon discovers that the circus is merely a front for an international wildlife smuggling operation. Backed by her pals, Burra the Kookaburra and two boxing kangaroos, Dot goes on the warpath.

Dot and her friends attempt to foil the plans of an evil circus owner, who is capturing wildlife and selling it on the black market. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dot and the Smugglers torrent reviews

Gabriel C (fr) wrote: Cars is mostly a harmless, light-hearted effort from Pixar, even if it feels too much like Doc Hollywood and Days of Thunder.

Tania C (de) wrote: i remember when i was once entranced with the jersey devil myth and the mystic pine barrens - but this looks too scary lol

gary t (ru) wrote: wow just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie its enjoyable as well its got good special effects throughout this movie its corny but its a good story line i guess..i think that the director of this Action & Adventure, Science Fiction & Fantasy movie had done a really good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this movie

Brad C (ag) wrote: Real mobsters from the start of organized crime.

Jacky L (ag) wrote: chilling and disturbing though some suspension of disbelief was required for the twins' undoing by the drugs.darn riveting watch; this was entertainment not to mention jeremy iron's performance as bev and elliot.

Richard M (jp) wrote: Wonderfully funny movie, a view of Iceland you'd never dream of. Wish I could find this on DVD !!! --and I have NO connnection to the movie or Iceland.

Sage H (us) wrote: An absolutely stellar an amazingly superb form of storytelling, Where Eagles Dare offers something both fresh and inventive yet simple and elegant with a story that is both smart, edgy, mysterious, thrilling, and epic. And so pleasing that the long run time goes by in a flash, this is easily one of Eastwood's most underrated films to date. A timeless classic.

Daniel A (it) wrote: Has there ever been a more literal movie title than Paul Morrissey's 'Flesh'? The film plays like a ninety minute homage to lead star Joe Dallesandro's naked body, following his character's attempts to hustle on the streets of 1960s New York and earn enough money to pay for his wife's girlfriend's abortion. That just about covers the whole story. Morrissey guides us through a day in the life of our handsome protagonist, recording his encounters with clients and friends which range from the strangely erotic to the downright bizarre. However what unites all these encounters is that they always manage to be somehow amusing, acting today as a fascinating keyhole into the world of sexual liberation during the so-called Swinging Sixties. What makes Flesh most interesting today is its place in the canon of Andy Warhol productions. This is one of Warhol's most well-known and mainstream-accepted films despite its art house feel and prolonged nudity. In 1970 Rolling Stone magazine labeled it the "Best Film of the Year" and Dallesandro became an overnight star. He's the driving force of the film, and it comes as no surprise to me that cinemagoers swooned at his impressive physique and perfect proportions. Morrissey spends a lot time capturing his naked body from almost every angle imaginable, at times lapsing into repetitive shots of almost indistinguishable flesh, but for the most part creating an intoxicating study of bodily perfection that flows like a love letter to the male form. One New York Times film critic wrote of Dallesandro, "His physique is so magnificently shaped that men as well as women become disconnected at the sight of him." I'm inclined to agree. Several other faces made famous by Warhol during the era also appear, most notably transgender actresses Jackie Curtis and Candy Darling as friends of Joe. His other meetings include a sweet encounter with a male gymnast, and an amusingly uncomfortable afternoon with an elderly artist who wishes to undertake some life drawing. This is honestly one of the most unique films I've ever seen. It's raw and roughly edited, moves at a snail's pace and will not appeal to all, but something about Flesh feels important. If you're interested in exploring the more arty and dare I say seedier side of sixties' cinema then consider Flesh; a genuinely fascinating and unique experience.

Thurman A (nl) wrote: Terrific and mythopoeic! A Bill Bushing type of film!